FreeMix Radio: Mixtape Radio Archives

September 1, 2010 Jared Ball 0 Comments

Being interviewed for Cassette: The Documentary got me to find what I could of our remaining mixtape radio projects, FreeMix Radio.  Even as we migrate further online i still think the mixtape tradition, cassette and CDs primarily, and our concept of mixtape radio is valuable.  Many more editions of FreeMix Radio are just out there somewhere but these represent the idea well enough; the mixtape as a source of “emancipatory journalism.”

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We Remember and Honor Chokwe Lumumba

2014-02-27 08:48:41
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The Black Power Mixtape Remixes Black Power

2011-10-04 18:41:03
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Afrikan Rites of Passage and BaKongo Traditions

2015-07-10 11:46:33
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Malcolm X, Spirituality, Propaganda and War

2017-05-21 17:00:51
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Emory Douglas Speaks on the Art of a Black Panther

2013-07-01 22:33:47
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Closest Ears to the Street / Episode 1 / Pilot

2016-12-31 19:45:31
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I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto

2011-07-01 19:43:59
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